Benchmark Foam ICF Insulated Concrete Forms Emergency Safe Room Storm Shelters
Protect From Severe Weather Strikes With a Benchmark Foam Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) Emergency Safe Room
Government agencies and homeowners alike are beginning to act on safety concerns that arise during tornado activity. Some governing bodies have passed legislation that require certain new public buildings include a Safe Room to keep patrons protected when severe weather strikes. Private homeowners are also taking measures to include a Safe Room Emergency Storm Shelter in new home building plans, whether it is included in a basement layout or main floor closet. Benchmark Foam can help ensure the durability of a storm shelter with its Safe Room Storm Shelters, constructed of Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF).
When a Safe Room Storm Shelter by Benchmark Foam is built to FEMA 360 guidelines, it can expect to provide "near-absolute protection" during extreme weather, including strong winds and debris. The reinforced concrete walls can withstand most flying debris with minimal structural damage. Keep your peace of mind with the seal of approval on Benchmark Foam's 8' x 8' design from licensed Structural Engineer, Jim Lange of Lange Structural Group.
With custom sizes available to fit your building requirements, there are no excuses to not include the added safety that a Safe Room Storm Shelter provides. Call the experienced Benchmark team at 605-886-8084 or 800-658-3444 for more information and a free quote!